Things To Know About The 2024 Election

When Do We Vote and How Can I Help?

By: Value News | Category: Special Interest | Issue: February 2024

2024 Election Calendar for the Tulsa Region

2024 will be one of the busiest years for elections in Tulsa County history. Now is the time to note when to head to the polls. 

  • February 13 - Board of Education primary elections
  • March 5 - Presidential preferential primary elections
  • April 2 - Board of Education general elections
  • June 18 - Oklahoma primary elections
  • August 27 - Tulsa Mayoral general election and Oklahoma runoff primary elections
  • November 5 - Oklahoma general elections and Tulsa mayoral runoff election (if-needed)

To request an absentee ballot or find your polling place for any of these upcoming elections, please go to the OK Voter Portal

Adopt a Precinct Ensures Free and Fair Elections

The Tulsa Regional Chamber has partnered with Tulsa County’s two major political parties and the Tulsa County Election Board to create the Adopt a Precinct initiative. Currently, a shortage of poll workers is jeopardizing Tulsa's ability to hold elections. Tulsa County has 251 precincts that must be staffed with a minimum of three election officials. To ensure free and fair elections can continue in Tulsa County, there must be a sufficient number of poll workers and precinct officials.

The Adopt a Precinct initiative encourages businesses to take an active role in promoting civic engagement by allowing their employees paid time off to work as poll workers on election days.

“If our community is to prosper, we must have the resources and volunteers needed to properly administer our elections,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. “We encourage the Chamber’s nearly 2,000 member companies to participate in the Adopt a Precinct program to help mitigate the poll worker shortage.”

If your company plans to participate, please let the Tulsa Chamber know by filling out the Adopt a Precinct participation form.

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Oklahoma State Election Board

For more information, contact:

Oklahoma State Election Board

(405) 521-2391
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd. Room B6 | Oklahoma City, OK

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